Yes, location is in the death place field, but the inconsistencies in the way the categories are used are annoying--some include a place name, some don't. They are named differently as well. I also think that if you were doing research, it might be interesting to see how many people in an area died from a particular disease. For example, in my home town for about two decades, the most common cause of death was typhoid because we didn't have a clean, reliable water supply (in spite of living by a river). In 1918, it was influenza. Being able to see at a glance where people died from influenza would be significantly interesting in the future. Mostly, when I looked at those categories, I longed for consistency.